Isaac Hayes III
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|Isaac "Ike Dirty" Hayes III|
|Birth name||Isaac Lee Hayes III|
|Born||June 10, 1975|
|Origin||Atlanta, Georgia, United States|
|Genres||R&B, hip hop, pop|
|Occupation(s)||Songwriter, producer, voice-over artist, radio host, blogger|
|Years active||1999 – present|
|Associated acts||Isaac Hayes, Lil Scrappy, Chamillionaire, KeKe Palmer, Ying Yang Twins, Cene'|
Isaac Lee Hayes III, also known as Ike Dirty, (born June 10, 1975) is a record producer and voice-over actor who currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the son of the late soul musician and actor, Isaac Hayes, who died in 2008.
Hayes operates a production company called Chartcontrol and a publishing company called IKE Father IKE Son Music. He is most known for producing the Lil Scrappy song, Money In The Bank and the Ying Yang Twins song, Drop. He has also produced tracks for Redman, Keith Murray, Too Short, Blaque, Ruff Ryders, Black Coffey, Kurupt, Chris Robinson ("ATL" score), Jamie Foxx’s Laffapalooza Comedy Central Special & DVD, Bohagon, Chamillionaire, Keke Palmer, Flash Freddy, Raz-B (former B2K band member), and J.R. on Universal Records/Grand Hustle.
Ike has performed voice-over work for various companies such as the Atlanta Hawks, the Georgia Lottery, McDonald's, Publix, American Airlines, and Cadillac. He also contributed voice-over work as the character Broodwich for the animated adult television cartoon, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, as well as for the movie, Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters. He also worked with the World Wrestling Federation in 2000, performing vocals on two songs: California (the theme for WrestleMania 2000) and Bad Man (Rikishi's theme). Both songs appear on the compilation WWE Anthology.
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